Breakfast Pizza

In this week’s adventure in cooking, I was craving comfort foods, so I decided to give breakfast pizza a try. I will admit, breakfast burritos are still probably my preference, but breakfast pizza turned still turned out pretty well.

Ingredients used:

2 Boboli Mini Original Crusts

Gravy (I used Morrison’s Country Style Peppered Gravy Mix; if you want to show off your  cooking skills you can make your own gravy)

Shredded Cheese

5 Sausage Links (I used Banquet Brown’N Serve to keep things quick and simple)

2 Scrambled Eggs

 

To Make:

Mix your gravy first,  then spread it on the crusts as you would tomato sauce. I hadn’t used Boboli pizza crusts before, so I was a little worried about how much they could hold, but after seeing the results, I say don’t be afraid to lay it on thick. Next, do a layer of cheese until your pizza is well covered.

Next up are the toppings. I used sausage links and scrambled eggs, but you could also incorporate bacon bits, peppers, onions, or whatever extra veggies or seasonings you enjoy in an omelet. 2 scrambled eggs were plenty to cover both mini-crusts, and I recommend finely chopping the sausages so you get plenty of it in every bite. I did both finely chopped and bigger pieces, & I liked the smaller bits mixed in.

Once you’ve spread the toppings to your satisfaction, sprinkle a light layer of cheese over top to make sure everything will get nice and gooey in the oven. Then bake at 450º for 8-10 minutes or until the crust is crisp (I prefer baking it directly on the rack rather than on a pan for a really crispy crust).

Let cool and enjoy!

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